Latest poll conducted by Mizani Africa alleges who commands Thika town constituency in central Kenya between the Jubilee party of Uhuru Kenyatta and the United Democratic Alliance party of deputy president Dr William Ruto a head of the August polls in the country.
The poll shows stiff competition between the two leading coalitions in the country where one of the coalitions will produce the next member of Parliament.
And according to the results, the United Democratic Alliance party candidate honourable Alice Nganga is a head of other candidates where she commands up to 45.7% popularity. She is closely followed by the Azimio La Umoja one Kenya coalition candidate honourable David Gakuya who commands up to 22.3% of popularity.
With this result, the Kenya Kwanza coalition is still the most popular coalition in mount Kenya region as it's candidates still leads in president Uhuru Kenyatta backyard a head of the polls.
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